FFW is proud to be associated with the Trek for Big Cats - the educational opportunities are vast and not just for our Big Cats but for all our wildlife.
FFW is an Urban Wildlife Centre -we are passionate about education and would like you to contact us if you’d like us to speak at your school, s... View More
We are still 10 people short for our Charity place in the 94.7 Cycle Race.🚲🚲🚲🐾🐾🐾🐾🐣🐤🐥
If you have registered already but would like to join FFW and help raise some much needed funds, please call Tracy TODAY! 078-536-7196 View More
Free Wildlife is very pleased to be hosting the BatWorld ReWild course given by well known bat rehabilitator, Jane Burd.
This is an in-depth, 2 day course covering both the basic skills as well as the more advanced skills required in the rehabilitation of bats for wildlife care professionals and reh... View More
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FFW would like to invite people interested in volunteering at our wildlife centre to join us for our Orientation Morning this Saturday 18th August at 8:00am to be held at our Centre - 193 Maple Road, Kyalami, Johannesburg GAUTENG.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an applica... View More
FFW have been quite busy during the winter, we still receive many animals that have been injured, orphaned raptors and the usual Egyptian goslings!
A Tale of Two Marsh Owls....
Last week we were released 2 Marsh Owls (Asio capensis) that we rescued from certain death when the bulldozers moved into a... View More
FFW had a lovely surprise visit from Paul and CJ of Wild Heart Wildlife Foundation yesterday! They arrived loaded with much needed supplies for our fast growing FFW Centre. Your generosity and support make a big impact on our ability to run a first class Rehabilitation Centre and therefore save the ... View More